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Myanmar outbreak: Safety concerns during November elections

Myanmar is reporting at least 1,000 coronavirus infections a day.
Case numbers have been soaring since mid-August after the country appeared to have avoided the worst of the pandemic.
It now has more than 22,000 infections and 535 related deaths.
Just a month ago it had fewer than 10 deaths.
Al Jazeera’s Scott Heidler reports.

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    How many tests they do per week?
    …to compare the named increasing rates.

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    Myanmar government always have huge budget for military not for social development.

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    they die as fast other countries people die

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    Unless it's a genocidal war like the one they did with the rohingya i doubt it will be effective

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    Does it matter? Myanamars sham elections will do little in the way from bringing any meaningful change.

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